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WATCH: BBC America Releases a Hilarious ‘Orphan Black’ Season 5 Blooper Reel

Published on August 15th, 2017 | Updated on August 15th, 2017 | By FanFest

Cheer up Clone Clubbers!  Sure, we’re all bummed that Orphan Black has officially come to an end but, we’ve got something that is sure to make you smile!

The folks over at BBC America knew that we would need something to lift our spirits after that ending which totally hit us right in the feels.  In order to put a smile on fan’s faces, the network has released a hilarious blooper reel from the show’s final season.  The three and a half minute reel of hysterics is filled with laughs, blunders, bleeps and of course clones!  We can pretty much guarantee, you will laugh until you cry at this bittersweet look back at some hilarious moments throughout the season.  Take a look:

Orphan Black ended its 5-year run on Saturday and was truly a fan favorite series.  The show starred Tatiana Maslany who portrayed several clones throughout the series. The rest of the cast included Dylan Bruce, Jordan Gavaris, Kevin Hanchard, Michael Mando, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Évelyne Brochu, Ari Millen, Kristian Bruun and Josh Vokey.

Upon looking back on the success of the show and the impact it’s had on fans, Maslany told Marie Claire the following:

“There’s something really cool that came out of this show, which is this Clone Club community that impacted the way we’ve told these stories and our awareness of how fiction can effect change. It’s a community that embraces its differences and embraces people for who they are and is really supportive. There’s no infighting in that fan club and no discrimination. It’s just beautiful. There are people from Australia and Detroit who have met up, talked about the show and bonded over it, and they’ve forged relationships. There are people who are dating now who met their partner through Clone Club. That is just such a cool legacy that’s been left by the show, but mostly by the people who have watched the show.”

The series also took some time to thank fans for the amazing journey via twitter with an awesome Orphan Black dance party:

Are you sad that Orphan Black has ended?  Did the blooper reel make you smile?  Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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